May 28, 2015

Nestlé studies diet and lifestyle of Spanish families, launches online tool to help

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A lack of understanding of nutrition is the key reason Spanish families are not consuming the right amounts of fruits, vegetables, water, fish and red meat, a Nestlé study has found.

The study, which examined diets, nutritional habits and lifestyles in Spain, found 7 out of 10 people do not consume the recommended five portions of fruits and vegetables a day while 90 percent of those surveyed do not eat a full breakfast.

To help increase nutritional understanding and encourage a healthy lifestyle, Nestlé Spain has launched The Health Train, a website that helps both families and individuals plan healthy meals, improve eating patterns and incorporate physical activity in their daily routine.

Learn more by reading the Spanish press release on the Nestlé Spain website.